Leigh Anne Jasheway sleeps with three wiener dogs to scare men away. It’s totally working.
A comedy writer, stand-up comic, and humorous motivational speaker for 25 years (yes, she started in-utero!), Leigh Anne has written 25 books, 18 years of humor columns, buttons, magnets, bumper stickers, ransom notes, excuses, aprons (“Hi, my other apron burned in the fire” is hers), sarcastic comments around chalk outlines, and top 10 lists in the fog on strangers’ bathroom mirrors.
She won the Erma Bombeck Humor Writing Award for her true story on how her first mammogram caught on fire and once hosted her own radio show called The Giggle Spot. Most guys couldn’t find it on the dial.

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Ah, January, the month when our attention turns to clearing out the junk in our apartments and houses to make room for the new junk we got during the holidays! Fortunately, when it comes to clothing, housewares, kitchen utensils, etc., you can usually take any of those to a secondhand store so other folks can get some use out of them. But when it comes to “feminine” products, especially those marketed specifically to women, recycling is usually not an option

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So, you’ve found another broken man – perhaps he was lifting weights at your gym or he drove the Lyft you took to the airport last week or his Tinder profile pic was so cute you couldn’t help but swipe right. Or maybe you already have a man and recently discovered his “Check Man” light flashing. No matter where you found him or how long you’ve had him, if he’s broken, chances are you’re worried, and rightfully so. After all,

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“If your husband complains that you’re trying to smother him, you’re not holding the pillow over his face tight enough.” I read that once on a greeting card and it made me laugh so hard I thought I might pee right there in the card aisle of the store. But the truth is, the sentiment also resonated deeply with me. At the time I was married to a man who I thought might kill me. And not with laughter, which

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Over many a summer, I have held a comedy camp for girls. This past June, for example, ten girls aged 8 to 14 spent four hours a day with me for a full week, learning about their own senses of humor and the tools of making things funny. Now before you call me courageous or a shero (that’s what you were planning to do, right?), I should tell you that I don’t have children of my own – primarily because

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